The primary purpose of Freethought WSU is to provide an on-campus community for secular students. We define secular people as those who live unbound by religion and spiritualism, and instead use reason, logic, and empiricism as tools to define meaning and truth. Our hope is that, through gathering atheists, agnostics, brights, humanists, and the generally non-religious/ non-spiritual together, we can add to the meaning and fulfillment of our members lives, as well as improve the public image of secularism through a positive witness of our values. We will also provide a community service outlet for those seeking it without religious affiliation.
|Keywords||critical thinking, atheism, agnostic, atheist, agnosticism, secular, humanism|
Please attach the organization's constitution.
Oelman Hall, room 132
Associate Professor, Philosophy